The act of reigniting yourself will be a difficult obligation. I believe at one point, we all lose focus on what really matters in our lives. In the midst of this, we start to focus too much on things outside of our minds, when in essence, we should be focusing on ourselves — our behaviors, habits, and well-being. How you perceive things truly shapes your life, as they influence your thoughts and actions.
When you lose sight of yourself and what’s really important, you’re more vulnerable to self-defeat. The hard-truth is, however, once you develop the habit of self-defeat, it becomes difficult to climb out of that rift just like any bad habit, addiction, etc.
To reignite oneself is to assume the position of fire. Fire would not be fire if it weren’t for persistence and determination to burn everything in its path. The change from the old you, to the new you, is going to require you to dust off the old ashes and to embrace what’s ahead. Many people may relate to fire as destruction. That’s one perspective, sure. You and I would be much better off to view it as a fresh start, a rebirth, a way to radiate and captivate the life that we yearn to live.
This is about reigniting your self-awareness. It’s about reinventing yourself to abandon self-defeat, focus on what matters, and live up to your true potential.
It’s about you learning how to be responsible for you.
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About PaulJun: | Paul Jun is a self-published author, writer, and blogger. His blog, Motivated Mastery, is focused on helping people abandon self-defeat and live up to their true potential. He self-published his first eBook on Amazon, Building An Empire With Words, and it has been downloaded over 3,000 times. He has written for popular online publications such as Copyblogger, Problogger, Tiny Buddha, and Lifehack.
Web site: http://motivatedmastery.com